Take a Walk on the Wildside

Take a Walk on the Wildside

Take a Walk on the Wildside in Lackawaxen Living in a rural area has many benefits – pristine nature, friendly neighbors, and farm fresh produce. Sometimes you don’t even have to go to the store or local farm; sometimes you…

ROOTS YOGA

ROOTS YOGA

Connected to Community Maggie (Lockwood) Lehrian grew up in Lackawaxen. She lived and worked in NYC after college but missed the peaceful lifestyle that Northeast PA offers. She returned and worked at the Himalayan Institute where she was introduced to…

CANIDS

CANIDS

    I was driving up 590 the other day and caught movement out of the corner of my eye. I thought it was a dog and was surprised to see a beautiful Red Fox looking back at me. The…

WEMATEKAN’IS AND THE HUNTER – Native Folklore

WEMATEKAN’IS AND THE HUNTER – Native Folklore

At last spring has arrived and it’s time to start hiking our pristine forests. But keep your eyes open for what creatures may be sharing the sweet scented woods.   Last month I wrote about the “True People” of the…

The Zane Grey's... an unusal love story

The Zane Grey’s… an unusal love story

The Zane Grey House, a National Park overlooking the Lackawaxen and Delaware Rivers in prominent view of the Roebling Bridge, is a must see in the area.  The boat launch directly in front of the home is ideal for eagle…

TIMELESS RELAXATION - Kayaking

TIMELESS RELAXATION – Kayaking

One of my favorite things to do is kayak down the Delaware River. Why? Well, it is one of the best ways to completely relax (unless dark clouds suddenly appear and quickly get closer and closer, you hear thunder and…

TIME TO THINK “DIRTY”

TIME TO THINK “DIRTY”

No longer winter, not yet spring… what to do, what to do… time to think Garden! When starting to plan your season’s garden, it’s best to start at the beginning – Seeds. Not all seeds are created equal. Many of…